sanpiero wrote:3.7 is cutoff for T10% here
3.5 for T20%
Curve is B+
If you have B curve, my guess is you are ~T10%. With a good PS and LOR you should be very competitive. I think your summer experience position will help.
Looking at the data on TApps, coming from a T2 you need to be:
T20% to avoid the auto deny pile
T15% to be competitive
T10% to be very competitive at RD and have a shot at EA
T5% to be a virtual lock, both for RD and EA
At the very least you are going to be competitive for RD, if you keep the 3.57. If you happen to be in the T10% and remain there after this semester, so long as your PS, LOR, and Resume are in good order, I would be surprised if you weren't admitted.
That sounds cool... I hope I have a chance for ED because I have housing complications and don't really know if I can wait till the summer for a decision. If i do wait what other schools would be worth applying to?
Unless you already applied for EA, you have 0% chance at being admitted EA (deadline has passed). If you applied for EA, I'd say your chances aren't good but that is based on the limited data I've seen and what I've read ITT. You will probably be deferred to RD.
My opinion is that, outside the T14, you should go to school where you want to practice. If you want to practice in the DC area, consider applying to GW as well as GULC. If you want to practice in NYC, consider applying to Fordham. If you want to practice in Chicago, consider applying to NU, ND, and even UIUC.